2017 Fundraising and Development for Nonprofits Conference: May 31-June 2, 2017
- Tuesday, March 28th 12-1pm, Room 1199 Nancy Nicholas Hall: Where is the power? Participatory mapping of community factors influencing nutrition and food environments in rural Ethiopia (View the event here)
- Monday, February 13th: What makes for high quality community-engaged course partnerships?
A generative discussion with instructors, Carolina Sarmiento, Michael Maguire, Jennifer Gaddis (View the event here)
- Wednesday, February 8th: The Art of Storytelling, Alan Talaga (View the event here)
- Monday, April 25th: Rethinking Residential Affordability and Mobility Within a Gentrifying Context, Dr. Revel Sims
- Monday, March 28th: Community Studies, Dr. Alfonso Morales
- Monday, March 14th: United We Engage-Wisconsin Campus Compact and the Quest to Advance the Civic Mission of Higher Education, Dr. Gavin Luter
- Making Space for Undergraduate Education and Activism in the CommNS, Dr. Jennifer Gaddis (See flyer here for more information)
- Liberating Service Learning, Dr. Randy Stoecker (See flyer here for more information)
- Just a Click Away: How are Online Communities Changing Lives?, Jennifer Dalsen, Doctoral Student (See flyer here for more information)
- The Multi-Level Effects of Youth Involvement in Grassroots Organizing, Dr. Veronica Terriquez (See flyer here for more information)
- Dreams Assessment: an Evaluation Tool, Courtney Robinson, Masters Student (See flyer here for more information)
- The Youth Research Hub: Examining Adolescents’ Online Social Networks, Dr. Mariah Kornbluh (See flyer here for more information)
- What is Civic Studies, Alisa Pykett, Ph.D Student (See flyer here for more information)
- Family Voices, a community-university collaboration with families and organizations in South Madison, continues to support tutoring sessions at the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County.